EXERCISE 10 Genus Species Names anamensis afarensis Famous Fossils or site? N/A Lucy Lucys baby Laetoli Footprints First family Hadar, Ethiopia Taung Child Average Range of cranial dates? capacity N/A 430 cc 4 mya 3.6-3.0 mya Regions where fossils are fou
Italics indicate a muscle action Bold-face indicates a muscle that also has a characteristic origin (O) and insertion (I)
Region 1: Head, Neck, and Back
Trapezius Elevate, adduct, and stabilize scapula; extend head Rhomboideus major Elevate and adduc
Mysteries of Muscle 1. Why do muscles get bigger when you lift weights? 2. Why is a muscle weaker when overstretched or already contracted? 3. Why did ladies in the 1950s wear high-heeled bedroom slippers? 4. Why are some people better sprinters, and othe
Be sure that you can differentiate between the following pairs of commonly confused terms: nervous / endocrine (system) central / peripheral (divisions) sensory / motor afferent / efferent somatic / autonomic sympathetic / parasympathetic g
Help! What kind of ET is this?
Does it face a free surface?
Covering and Lining ET Does it have more than one layer? Yes Stratified What shape are the nuclei at the free surface?
Glandular ET (Confirm that it looks like a
Boys are zipped-up girls
The human embryo is initially gender neutral. The undifferentiated structures of the reproductive system are destined to become gonads, duct, or external genitalia. The default gender is female; the embryo
EXERCISE 11 Genus Famous Fossils or site? Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania Average Range of cranial dates? capacity 650 cc 2.5-1.8 mya Regions where fossils are found East Africa South Africa Homo habilis Nature of habitat or climate? Mosaic Tool technology Olduwa
EXERCISE 12 Genus Famous Fossils or site? Feldhofer Cave, Germany Shanidar Cave, Iraq Neanderthals La Chapelle aux Saints, France Average Range of cranial dates? capacity 1400 cc 130,00024,000 ya Regions where fossils are found Europe Middle East Nature o
ANTHRO 1 Final Exam Study Guide Fall 2010 The exam will cover Chapters 9, 10, 11, and 13 (only pages assigned in class) in your Larsen text. You are also expected to be familiar with the themes included in articles 9a, 9b, 9c, 10, 11, and 13 in your Smith
ANTHRO 1 PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Fall 2010 Instructor: Dr. Nicole Slovak Days and Time: MW 10:30 am 12:00 pm E-mail: [email protected] Location: Emeritus 1564 Office Phone: (707) 521-7884 Section: 0074 Office Hours: MW 12-1pm 3 units TTH 9-10:30 am Off
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Classication of CT types
embryological CT - mesenchyme - all CT develops from this tissue
Connective Tissue Proper
loose - bers are loosely woven, there are many cells looks like spider web in dissection
areolar - 4 cell
Help! What kind of CT cell is this?
Is the cytoplasm and plasma membrane visible?
What is the appearance of the nucleus?
oval, nucleolus visible long & darkly stained, nucleolus not visible
Is the cell large, with red granules in the cytoplasm?
Introduction The endocrine system consists of all the organs (glands) that produce hormones, which are chemical messengers secreted directly into the bloodstream. Many of these organs have other functions, and therefore belong to more tha
Summary of Covering and Lining Epithelial Tissues
Epithelial Type simple squamous Characteristics single layer, flat cells, nuclei flattened, and parallel to surface single layer, nuclei rounded single layer of tall cells, perpendicular to surface, nuclei